Bike Week Radio Show
We love motorcycles!
Bike Week Radio Show is your source for everything with two wheels and an engine.
Bobby Wooldridge and Broc Glover will be joined by a variety of expert guest and show hosts from throughout the motorcycle universe. Every Sunday morning, the program will be your weekly one stop source for motorcycle information.
Every Sunday, Bike Week Radio Show will be your destination for your “radio ride”. Topics will run the gamut from sport bikes, to dual-sport, to MotoGP, to motocross, to customs, dream rides, repair guides, and much, much more. Every bike and everywhere you’d ride one – from Sturgis to Dakar – is a prime topic of discussion and debate on Bike Week Radio Show.
Bobby is in his 2nd year with XX 1090. He previously worked as a producer for The Scott and BR Show and currently works as a producer for the legendary Lee “Hacksaw” Hamilton. In addition, he serves as one of the voices on the College Football Game Day Show on XX 1090.
Bobby is a proud alumnus of Whittier College, where he was a middle infielder on the Poets baseball team. During college Bobby was an intramural flag football legend as well as the voice of Biola University’s Men’s Basketball team. Bobby was born and raised in Yorba Linda, California and loves all thing Southern California sports (expect for UCLA). Bobby is also the author of The Woo Wire
Dubbed the “Golden Boy” by the motorcycling press of the day, Broc Glover was one of the leading racers in the history of AMA Motocross. In all, Glover earned six AMA National Motocross Championships, a record which stood for nearly 20 years until 2003, when Ricky Carmichael finally eclipsed the mark. Glover won all of his titles riding for Yamaha.
In 2000 Broc was inducted into the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame, and has since taken up post working for No Fear, PJ1, and most recently Dunlop. Still working for Dunlop, Broc is excited to spend Sunday mornings discussing motorcycles on Bike Week Radio Show.
Paul is the resident “news-man” on Bike Week Radio Show, and his background at Cycle News makes him one of the most knowledgable assets in the industry. For more than 25 years he has worked on the editorial staff at Cycle News and along the way has witnessed the highs and lows of the Motorcycle Industry.
A member of the Road Racing Selection Committee for the AMA Hall of Fame, Paul has established himself as one of the best voices in America when it comes to road racing and motorcycles. Listen in every Sunday morning to hear what is happening in motorcycling as Paul Carruthers gives you the run down.